|QUB Literific Debate - This House Supports Drone Warfare - The 165th Session of the Queen's University Belfast Literary and Scientific Society in association with Queen's Radio|
Hello! Hello! And welcome to this! The thirteenth ordinary meeting of the one hundred and sixty-fifth session of the Queen's University of Belfast Literary and Scientific Society! On this particular occasion, the House convened to discuss the motion of "This House Supports Drone Warfare". This debate marks the reconvening of the Literific after the Christmas break and what better way to kick it off than a debate featuring massive civilian casualties! Or something like that.....
Keywords: Queen's University Belfast; Literific; Drone Warfare
|Peace Radio, August 12, 2012 - Jill Wagner, Sally Perrine|
This is the Peace Radio show for August 12, 2012. The show contains book and movie reviews, the human toll, discussions about farming, an interview with Medea Benjamen about Drone warfare.
Keywords: Peace; justice; drone warfare; social action; Palouse Peace Coalition
|Drone Resister Sentenced to One Year (audio) - Cris McConkey Productions|
Base’s Order of Protection Begs Judgement. Summary by Syracuse Peace Council. See background on use of orders of protection at Hancock http://peacecouncil.net/Hancock_and_the_Orders_of_ProtectionOn July 10, 2014, grandmother of three, Mary Anne Grady Flores was sentenced to one year in prison for being found guilty of violating an order of protection. A packed courtroom of over 100 supporters was stunned as she was led away, and vowed to continue the resistance.These orders of protection, ty...
Keywords: drones; drone warfare; protest; order of protection; Hancock; National Guard
|TomCast for January 15, 2012: Crash and Burn - TomDispatch|
Nick Turse, an award-winning journalist and TomDispatch regular, talks about the reality of US drone warfare.
Keywords: TomDispatch; TomCast; Tom Engelhardt; Timothy MacBain; Nick Turse; drone warfare
|Tidings from Hazel Kahan: Medea Benjamin on drone warfare - Hazel Kahan|
Medea Benjamin, co-founder of the peace group Code Pink, discusses her new book Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control and her recent protest delegation to Pakistan.
Keywords: drones; drone warfare; Medea Benjamin; Code Pink; Pakistan; Tidings from Hazel Kahan; WPKN; Malala
|TomCast for January 24, 2012: Weapons 'R' Us - TomDispatch|
William Astore, history professor and retired lieutenant colonel (USAF), talks about his early fascination with weaponry, his changing attitude over the years, and the current state of arms dealing.
Keywords: TomDispatch; TomCast; Tom Engelhardt; Timothy MacBain; William Astore; weapons; arms dealing; US military; drone warfare
|TomCast for June 05, 2012: Staying Ahead of the Times - TomDispatch|
TomDispatch founder Tom Engelhardt talks about the history and future of drone warfare. It is the subject of his latest book, along with co-author and TomDispatch regular Nick Turse, titled Terminator Planet: The First History of Drone Warfare.
Keywords: TomDispatch; TomCast; Tom Engelhardt; Timothy MacBain; drone warfare; Obama administration; targeted assassination; US military
|Talk Nation Radio: Medea Benjamin on Drone Wars and This Weekend's Upcoming Drone Summit - David Swanson|
Medea Benjamin is cofounder of Global Exchange and of CodePink: Women for Peace. She is the author of the new book "Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control" and an organizer of the Drone Summit being planned in Washington, D.C., on April 28-29 by groups including Code Pink, Reprieve, and the Center for Constitutional Rights. Medea discusses her books, the summit, and what can be done and is being done to oppose drone wars.
Keywords: Medea Benjamin; David Swanson; peace; war; Code Pink; Reprieve; Center for Constitutional Rights; drones; drone wars; drone warfare; drone summit
|IN THE BEST INTERESTS OF OUR CHILDREN: Decisively Addressing the Scourges of Gun Violence and Drone Warfare|
This show originally aired on WORT-FM, Community Radio in Madison, WI on the show, A Public Affair, hosted by John Quinlan, on Monday, December 17, 2012. Guests include community activists Bonnie Block and David Soumis (peace activists and founders of No Drones Wisconsin), and Linda Ketcham (executive director of the Madison-Area Urban Ministry). A show planned originally to specifically focus on efforts to counter drone welfare, was broadened to also include issues resonant with Friday's mass s...
Keywords: John L. Quinlan; drone warfare; drones; gun violence; Bonnie Block; David Soumis; Linda Ketcham; No Drones Wisconsin; Madison Urban Ministry
|Obama's Terror Tuesdays - Sounds of Dissent radio|
Judge, jury and executioner - Every Tuesday, President Obama gathers with two dozen security officials in the White House Situation Room to nominate candidates for assassination by unmanned drones. According to the New York Times, the president personally approves the selection of people who will find themselves on the so-called "kill list". Recent terrorist suspects include a 17-year-old girl. The list includes Americans...
Keywords: President Obama; kill list; drone; drone warfare; Afghanistan; Yemen; Somalia; terrorism; terrorist; Center for Constitutional Rights; Center on National Security; national security; civil liberties; Anwar al-Awlaki; targeted killings; counterterrorism; Guantanamo; torture
|The Passion of Bradley Manning - sgl|
Civil rights attorney Chase Madar talks about his book "The Passion of Bradley Manning" and debunks three commonly held misconceptions about the case of Private First Class Manning. Sources: The Passion of Bradley Manning, Part One The Passion of Bradley Manning, Part Two Scott Horton Interviews Phyllis Bennis Phyllis Bennis, Director of the New Internationalism Project at the Institute for Policy Studies talks about how the U.S...
Keywords: Great Speeches And Interviews; Bradley Manning; Chase Madar; Scott Horton; Phyllis Bennis; Afghan War; United States; Iraq War; Iran; nuclear weapons; Rajan Menon; Libya; Mali; Kathy Kelly; drone warfare; accountability; morality
|the hungry strike back - joshua brollier|
for those caged in cell guantanamo to gaza cook county chicago to afghanistan especially adnan latif who died in his cell in fall of 2012 samer issawi who is currently over 175 days of engaging in hunger strike and the dozens of african american and latino men still incarcerated from the chicago police torture scandal of the 1970s through 90s for the victims of israels 'cast lead' and 'pillar of cloud' as well as US drone strikes.....
Keywords: guantanamo; hunger strike; adnan latif; samer issawi; gaza war; gaza under attack; dalu massacre; oum kalthoum; drones; war with afghanistan; war with pakistan; police torture; jon burge, signature strikes, drone warfare, apartheid, israeli apartheid, hunger strike